Beyoncé just stopped the show before it began!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing opening performance (above)!
Heather Locklear can't shake her past.
In case you didn't know, the two got married at the Marriott Santa Barbara Biltmore Hotel in CA back in 1986. Tuesday marks their would-be 30th wedding anniversary.
The 54-year-old thespian posted two pics: one of their nuptials, and one where she's making out with the Motley Crue drummer!
Justin Bieber is so over fan photos.
Earlier this year, the pop star
pissed off worried a lot of Beliebers when he revealed he would no longer be taking pictures with his faithful followers on his Purpose World Tour because of a security slip-up mental health reasons.
So, it seemed the only way JB's admirers would get a pic with their icon is if they snipe a snap on the street. But now the Biebs is shutting THAT down, too!
On Tuesday, the Canadian crooner took to Instagram to post an explanation as to why he won't stop for a selfie with an adoring fan.
The performer penned:
"If you happen to see me out somewhere know that I'm not not gonna take a picture I'm done taking pictures. It has gotten to the point that people won't even say hi to me or recognize me as a human, I feel like a zoo animal, and I wanna be able to keep my sanity."
We totally get that it must be weird and alienating to constantly have cameras shoved in your face while people are shouting at you and screaming your name.
But to be fair, Justin, that's the nature of the business. That's what you signed up for when you decided to become a superstar.
The 22-year-old disagrees, however, adding:
Celebs like Miley Cyrus and Lena Dunham have already threatened to migrate up North if the Republican presumptive nominee takes the White House — but what about the rest of us who can't afford to relocate?
Thankfully, there's MapleMatch.com, a dating site that "makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency."
Site founder Joe Goldman told The Guardian he saw a business opportunity after following Trump's ridiculous campaign, explaining:
That's because the rapper — who has five No. 1 albums, may we remind you — will soon be the opening act for Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Girardi!
The Bravo newbie has a successful music career of her own — eight No. 1 dance singles as her alter-ego Erika Jayne — but we wouldn't necessarily put them in the same league.
Well, clearly they are now, because DMX is apparently opening for Erika at House Nightclub in Miami this Saturday, May 14!
Okay… so technically the American Music Award-winner is only performing ahead of the TV personality from 5-11 p.m. before she takes the stage from 11:05 p.m.-5 a.m., but that sure sounds like the definition of "opening act" to us.
What's next for X? A Sam's Club parking lot tour??
[Image via Nicky Nelson/Charlie Steffens/WENN.]
We suppose this explains it all.
But honestly, we never really thought of Zedd or Orlando Bloom as bad boys. You got us stumped there, Sel!
Besides her soft spot for questionable suitors, Selly also talks about her first concert experience, her girl crushes, and what she loves most about touring.
Watch the full BTS clip (below)
"I told her she walked like a relief pitcher coming in from the bullpen. I was expecting this beautiful creature to emerge and walk on. She suddenly looks like a guy coming out of a bullpen to walk out to the mound."
[Image via Cannes Film Festival.]
Lauren Miller Rogen is a funny lady, but she's pretty damn serious about Alzheimer's.
The actress and screenwriter, who is married to star Seth Rogen, cofounded Hilarity For Charity specifically to raise awareness (and therefore research funding) for the degenerative disease that affected her mother.
She writes in a poignant new essay:
"I have long advocated that Alzheimer's should be more prominent in movies and TV so that it can be destigmatized and humanized in the same way that cancer and HIV/AIDS have been. In order for Alzheimer's to receive the funding it needs and deserves, it needs to be understood by the millions of people who think memory loss is a normal part of aging (it's not) or even funny (it's definitely not)."
Not wanting to prejudge the material, Lauren tracked down the Black List script, which she thought was actually "well-written" even if it "does not portray the disease in an accurate way."
But there's something far more troubling, Lauren writes, than the movie. She explains: